Program is ideal for the personal use and allows with ease operate passwords for programs of any kind, like web browsers or email client or network resource, etc. Program allows copy data like password or account name to the clipboard with one click.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:10
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Attribute Manager 5.55 Attribute Manager program is a practical tool to take control of file and folder attributes. It enables to modify conventional file attributes, such as read-only, hidden, system, encrypted compressed, temporary and date/time parameters.
Description: The program for storing accounts data. The user interface is so simple, that is not need any time to begin working. Program is ideal for the personal use and allows with ease operate passwords for programs of any kind, like web browsers or email client or network resource, etc. Program allows copy data like password or account name to the clipboard with one mouse click. The user interface is very flexible to make up for your needs and see only that information, which is necessary for you.
Program has an events history, so you can always cancel casual changes. System tray functions allow access to the program with ease and get necessary data. To make your work more comfortable you can place a program window over the other programs. The program's interface was developed to keep useful place on the desktop. To make it more progressive you can disable unnecessary columns in the main grid and minimise window size.
Password Safe and Sound 1.2.0 Password Safe and Sound allows you to store all your passwords and related information securely, in an encrypted file that only you can view using your defined password. Password
OrgPassword 3.9 OrgPassword is a handy utility for storing personal information of any type. It has a nice interface, provides a variety of data categories to keep and gives a rock-solid
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